Wednesday, June 04, 2008

More Projects

I found a few more pictures of projects that I haven't posted yet, so here goes! lol

This is the picnic set up on the deck of the Newberg:

This is the apartment on the top floor of my bakery. I play around with this quite a bit, trying to find the perfect placement for everything.

This is the Delaney, my first landscaping project. Not too bad for a first try, right?

This is the concession stand I made to be given as a prize in a hospitality contest at work. What a lucky winner!
angled view

This last picture is a mini jello I made from TLS. Tanya taught me this little trick. I filled my mold with TLS and baked according to directions. When it was still a bit warm, I carefully removed it from the mold. Once completely cool, I painted it with gallery glass. I need to get some other colors - like green! lol

I made it to the doctor today. I'm now waiting for some test results. Continue to keep your fingers crossed!!

Tuesday, June 03, 2008


I'm going through my photobucket account to see what pics/scenes I haven't mentioned on here yet. There's just a few, so we'll put them all in one post and then I'll be caught up and ready to move forward!

The first is my Thanksgiving scene in a cornacopia. This scene, with a how-to, was published in the Nov 2007 issue of American Miniaturist. I no longer remember where I came up with the idea, but it's one that I just love. I like the unusual containers for scenes and this was my first. This picture was taken on Sept. 26, 2006.


This next one is a Valentine's scene that I did in February 2007 for a contest in a forum I used to belong to.

This is the view without the cover to the gazebo on:

This is with the cover on:

This is a little bakery stand I did as a group project last fall on my yahoo group. I gave it to my friend, Bonnie.


I've been wiped out the last week or so, haven't been able to work on any of my projects, which is why we're still seeing my previous scenes. I'm going in to the doctor tomorrow to get checked for anemia, thyroid, whatever to see if we can find what's wrong.